Managing performance at Ladbrokes Betting and Gaming Limited
A new case study by e-reward reveals how Ladbrokes has resolved to redesign its performance management and appraisal scheme so that it now has standard performance criteria and objectives for all grades.
Furthermore, employees have been provided with the opportunity to increase their earning potential by demonstrating success against their personal effectiveness targets and KPIs, while investment in industry-leading technology continues.
Company profile: Ladbrokes Betting and Gaming Limited
Employee nos. (UK): 14,500 retail staff with 400 employed in central support positions based in its Harrow headquarters.
Business activities: Sports betting and gaming company.
Location: Leading bookmaker in the UK, Ireland and Belgium with over 2,600 owned and operated betting shops. Also operates betting facilities at some of the leading FA Premiership grounds and a number of major racecourses.
Communication, training and involvement are key
One-to-one review meetings
Personal development plans
The capability policy
Link to pay and bonuses
A final word
LIST OF BOXES
Box 1: Staff coverage, measures and support provided at Ladbrokes
Box 2: The role of central support staff
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Title: “Managing performance: Case study of Ladbrokes Betting and Gaming Limited”, e-research no. 61, published by e-reward in January 2009.
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